MSNBC Analyst Who Claims to Be Fighting in Ukraine Accused of Stolen Valor
Infamous LARPing MSNBC hack Malcolm Nance is being accused of stolen valor by The New York Times after an extensive report dropped detailing the questionable escapades of numerous American “warfighters” who went to Ukraine.
As RedState reported back in mid-2022, Nance’s claims have rarely matched reality as he’s tried to paint himself as some sort of operator.
Nance: The more I saw of the war going on, the more I thought I’m done talking… So about a month ago I joined the international legion here in Ukraine… pic.twitter.com/zviTHUm2a0
— Acyn (@Acyn) April 18, 2022
In reality, Nance has been cos-playing in safe parts of Ukraine while attempting to exert influence and gain clout. There is no evidence he’s ever fired his rifle in anger while in the country, and his military background is in cryptology, not any form of combat.
Nance has even managed to weave one of his favorite subjects into his “service” in Ukraine. Namely, accusing anyone he doesn’t like of being a Russian agent. That’s a line he used many, many times on MSNBC to attack Donald Trump on those around him.
Malcolm Nance, a former Navy cryptologist and MSNBC commentator, arrived in Ukraine last year and made a plan to bring order and discipline to the L …